The damage caused by Covid-19 to the lungs’ smallest blood vessels has been intricately captured using high-energy X-rays emitted by a special type of particle accelerator.

COVID-19 Response

March 19, 2020

AMX is now requiring individuals who are ordering exams to answer a brief questionnaire on behalf of the patient who will be receiving the exam. Please inform your staff members who intend to order diagnostic exams to be prepared to answer/submit along with their requests the following questions: 

1) Has the resident experienced any flu-like symptoms in the past 15 days, such as FEVER, COUGH, or SHORTNESS OF BREATH?

2) Has the resident been exposed to any person who returned from international travel or a cruise within the last 14 days?

3) Has the resident or other immediate staff been in proximity to persons diagnosed or suspected of having COVID-19? 

Any facility, Physician, or HMO, etc. calling in exams will be asked the above questions by our Dispatch and/or Concierge Department. Any and All on-line requests will require the above questions to be answered and submitted via the "Internal Notes" portion of the "Order Tracking" section. 

If you suspect that one or more of your patients is infected or may possibly have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus, with or without testing confirmation, please be sure to inform our office to safeguard staff so that necessary guidelines can be followed. 

AMX continues to stay adequately staffed and is prepared to serve the needs of our customers, As a partner to some of the most vital caregivers of the most vulnerable of our community, we are committed to doing our part to bringing a rapid end to this pandemic. And we are dedicated to providing our usual above-and-beyond service and support, in order to keep institutions functional in this most critical of times. We value your partnership and we look forward to working, as part of your team, to get through these challenging times. 


Allied Mobile X-Ray Selects First Source To Fill Equipment Need For Company Expansion

First Source, Inc. announced today that Allied Mobile X-Ray & Ultrasound (AMX), a major provider of diagnostic imaging services in South Florida, has placed a sizable, multi-unit order for its Vision M lightweight portable imaging system

"It's all about taking care of people"

July 09, 2018

Florida Health Care Association (FHCA) has a strong history of leadership and advocacy that dates back to 1954. The founding members were passionate about improving care for elder Floridians and recognized that their ability to shape public policy would be greatly enhanced by the creation of a statewide organization that brought together like-minded individuals.


FHCA's Annual Conference offers more than 60 continuing education sessions with the potential for 25 contact hours and includes a 275+booth Trade Show featuring the latest long term care products and services, the AMSC Wine Toss and Scratch-off Game, the FHC PAC Silent Auction and plenty of raffle prizes. Social gatherings include the Opening Social, Golf Tournament, Quality Award Ceremony and Celebration, Cardio Networking/FHCA fun run/walk and Fun Night. We are honored to join them this year! 

FHCA Conference

June 01, 2017

FHCA's Annual Conference offers more than 60 continuing education sessions with the potential for 24 contact hours and includes a 285+booth Trade Show featuring the latest long term care products and services, the AMSC Wine Toss, Internet and charging lounge, the FHC PAC Silent Auction and plenty of raffle prizes.Social gatherings include the Opening Social, Golf Tournament, Cardio Networking/FHCA fun run/walk and Fun Night.

This year AMX wins the award for "BEST DECORATED BOOTH" for the third year in a row. We are also very honored to have Aida De Salamanca as part of our team. This year she was recognized as member of the year for the FHCA Willis J Gregson Honoree award. As we look forward to next years conference, we take a moment to acknowledge the efforts of our staff and partners that have helped us come this far. 




How to Age-Proof your Muscles

September 26, 2016

As we age our muscle mass naturally dwindles as nature takes its course. This is a process, called Sarcopenia, begins as early as 20 and can ramp up to 1/2 lb loss in muscle each year by 50. The solution: exercise your muscles hard with an assortment of resistance training modalities. Consistency is key – the muscle building benefits of each workout ends after about 48 hours.

Keep challenging your muscles and they will repay you with ageless strength.

Understanding Medicare and Medicaid

August 01, 2016

Medicare and Medicaid are federal and state assistance programs. Some people qualify for both programs and are called “dual eligible." 


Medicare, a health insurance program administered by the federal government, is available to people who are age 65 or older, permanently disabled, or affected by kidney failure or long term kidney disease.There are four different parts of Medicare...

Seniors Who Live Alone Likeliest To Rate Their Health Highly, Study Says

July 29, 2016

People over 65 who live alone were more likely to describe their health as excellent or very good than were seniors who live with others, according to a study exploring connections between older Americans’ health status and their living arrangements.

Emsisoft Unveils Free Ransomware Decryptor to Unlock Your Own Data

July 27, 2016

Anti-malware software maker Emsisoft has posted a free decryptor that hospitals and other organizations hit by the ransomware strain Stampado can use to unlock their data.

Stampado, which is being aggressively advertised on the dark web for $39 in Bitcoin, boasts similar functionality to Cryptolocker and other ransomware strains.

Measure First, Then Manage

July 18, 2016

The transition into the new health care environment born of value-based purchasing and managed care  may be stormy, but proactive providers that can produce data proving their quality will emerge leaner and more efficient.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, issued the proposed rule for a skilled nursing facility.

May 02, 2016

The proposed rule provides for a net market basket increase for SNFs of 2.1 percent beginning October 1, 2016.

The 2.1 percent market basket update reflects a full market basket increase of  2.6 percent reduced by 0.5 percentage points, in accordance with the multifactor productivity adjustment required by Section 3401(b) of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). No forecast error was incurred.

Advances in telemedicine: an interview with Dr Ameet Bakhai

May 02, 2016

As we become an increasing, device-dependent society, we risk the issues of negative hacking and putting our health and lives at risk.

As with cyberattacks previously on banks, personal mobiles and on company sites, attacks could be targeted to the data from patients’ medical devices, or from health tracking devices worn by people in a location or even wellbeing and stress monitoring devices worn by company employees.

Misrepresenting a company’s executives as under stress ‘wrongly’ could shift stocks and shares and contracts in the wrong direction and damage the company or its projects.

Bundled Payment Demo has Nursing Homes Seeing Stars

November 11, 2015

Hospitals in more than five dozen metropolitan areas will soon have no choice but to takebundled payments from Medicare for hip and knee replacements. And the skilled-nursing facilities that do business with them face a stark reality of their own.

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